The Marble Hill Singers are a SW London-based Chamber Choir formed in 1989 by friends who loved singing together. Membership is now by invitation, though the choir is a close-knit group and vacancies rarely occur. Many of the members also sing with the Twickenham Choral Society.
The choir uses St Mary's Twickenham as its base and performs regularly there and has given numerous concerts in Twickenham and the locality. It has also performed in London at the Royal Naval College Chapel Greenwich, five times for the Diocese in Europe Diocesan Synod and at Lambeth Palace at the invitation of the Archbishop of Canterbury. It has given concerts elsewhere in the UK including Oxford, Haslemere, Wilton, and sung for services at Southwell Minster (two weekend residencies), St Mary Redcliffe and Pershore Abbey.
The Marble Hill Singers have made eleven highly successful overseas concert tours to Holland, Paris, Madrid, Antwerp, Rome, Gibraltar, Nice, Copenhagen, Vienna, Malta and most recently Florence, in May 2016, when the choir gave a Saturday evening concert in St Mark's English Church and sang the High Mass on the Sunday.
They have also given many concerts to support the charitable work of the Down's Syndrome Association at Normansfield in Teddington.